Healing My Brain, My Way Part 2
Short e-book (90 pages)
“Courageous. Forthright. Compelling.” - Angela, Amazon Reader
A riveting and harrowing account of a woman’s battle to reclaim her life after a devastating brain injury.
Sarah Rasborsek was just thirty years old when her brain shut down after completing a triathlon race. Doctors could not offer any explanation why she struggles to function as a normal, independent woman. They can only prescribe bed rest and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). After two years, her health continues to decline and she realizes no one will save her.
In this gripping sequel to Healing My Brain, My Way Part 1, Sarah searches the world for a root cause to her affliction. With emotional trauma and constant sensory overload, she draws on every strategy she learned as an Australian Triathlon Age Group Representative. She endures far more than she ever thought possible.
Her frank narrative will leave the reader with rare insight into a life lived with an acquired brain injury (ABI), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and post-traumatic stress. Sarah’s story is a testament to the power of human resilience and her will to find a way.
Please note this is a novella (mini-book) of 15,000 words.
Imprint: Independently published
Format: ebook PDF
Page Numbers: 85
Available: 3 January 2021
This book is part 2 in the series. Part 3 coming soon.
About the Author
Sarah Rasborsek is author of the blog The Recovery Chronicles. Sarah manages her own digital marketing agency Inertia Digital Group. Sarah was an Australian representative at the 2017 World Triathlon Age Group Championships. She lives in Sydney, Australia. Healing My Brain, My Way Part 2 Fall is her second book.
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